As a San Diego area property manager, one of your main priorities is likely maximizing your annual rental income. This means minimizing your rental vacancy rates. We believe we’ve uncovered a secret to achieving both of those ends and we’re willing to share it with those able to comprehend the importance of just a few simple numbers. Continue reading
Great tenants may be a landlord’s Holy Grail, but finding them can be easy if you’re willing to do some careful screening beforehand. To make sure you rent to people who pay on time and take care of your San Diego property, follow these basic tips and you’ll soon be attracting worthwhile tenants. Continue reading
Returning the security deposit is one of the most common disputes between tenants and landlords. Even if you do everything you’re supposed to — move-in and move-out walkthroughs, recording any pre-existing damage, taking a lot of photos both before anyone has moved in and after a tenant has moved out, and fixing any reported damage quickly — you can still end up with complaints. Continue reading
As a property manager, you want to do your best to entice renters to view your properties first and continue to work with you as they move around in the area. While owning a clean and presentable rental unit should be a top priority, there are a number of projects you can tackle to spruce up the rental property.
Improving the look and function outside of the property rental will garner attention from all kinds of renters, allowing you to keep your property occupied without a problem. Continue reading